Gunner S

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Gunner's favorite movies are Pulp Fiction, Iron Man (just the first one), and every James Bond film ever made. He's learning TV and cinema and hoping to always enjoy movies as he does now.

Mavericks’ Dirk Nowitzki Praises Rookie Luka Doncic

Since entering the NBA 20 years ago, Dallas Mavericks' Dirk Nowitzki established himself as the best international player in the history of the league, and one of the power forwards ever. Now, according to the 40-year-old, Mavericks' newest international acquisition, Luka Doncic could follow the similar path. During an interview with Dallas radio's 105.3 The Fan, Nowitzki said that Doncic,...

Jerome Boateng Reveals the Reasons for Rejecting Man Utd and PSG Moves

Bayern Munich's center back Jerome Boateng was close to leaving Germany this summer, with both Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain being interested in bringing him in. Despite receiving lucrative offers from both teams, the 30-year-old ultimately decided to reject them in favor of staying with Bayern. During a recent interview with Germany's Bild, Boateng explained the reasons for his decision...

Sigi Schmid Steps Down as LA Galaxy Head Coach

It's time for a change at LA Galaxy as head coach Sigi Schmid announced on Monday that he is stepping down from his position. With this move, Schmid puts an end to what has been a disappointing second stint with the team that only lasted 13 months. The 65-year-old already coached Galaxy on one previous occasion, from 1999 to...

Falcons’ Pro Bowl Safety Keanu Neal Out for the Season with Torn ACL

Atlanta Falcons loss against the Philadelphia Eagles in the season opener will now sting even more after the medical report came on their Pro Bowl safety Keanu Neal showing a torn ACL. This means that Neal is out for the season, and Falcons will have to find a way to replace one of their key playmakers. Keanu Neal was initially...

Former Phillies Star First Baseman Ryan Howard Retires

All-Star first baseman Ryan Howard, who spent his entire MLB career with the Philadelphia Phillies, has announced his retirement from baseball on Tuesday. Howard became a free agent in 2016 and hadn't played in MLB since. He had, however, a few short stints in the minors with the Atlanta Braves and Colorado Rockies. The 38-year-old announced his retirement decision via...

Willie Taggart Suffers Embarrassing Debut Defeat as FSU Manager

Coach Willie Taggart’s first game as Florida State University football head coach will go down as one of the most regrettable openings to a college football season as his team suffered an inauspicious 24-3 loss to the Virginia Tech Monday evening. “We didn’t handle the adversity well. We had a lot of adversity tonight, Taggart said of the defeat. “We...

Bills Decide Not to Start Rookie QB Josh Allen, Opt for Nathan Peterman Instead

Although rookie quarterback Josh Allen is undoubtedly the future of Buffalo Bills, he will have to wait a while to get a taste of NFL regular season game. Bills announced on Monday that Allen, seventh overall pick in the 2017 draft, won't be the team's Week 1 starter and that Nathan Peterman will take the job instead. "Nate has earned...

Texans Cut All-Pro Punter Shane Lechler

Punter Shane Lechler is leaving Houston Texans after five years. Texans decided to the seven-time Pro Bowler after undrafted rookie Trevor Daniel won the starting job in training camp. Texans' decision to release Lechler came as a bit of a surprise, mainly due to the fact that the 42-year-old received a one-year, $2 million extension in March after being...

Seahawks LB K.J. Wright Will Miss “A Couple of Weeks” After Knee Scope

Seattle Seahawks' linebacker K.J. Wright might end up spending the start of 2018 season on the sidelines. Wright underwent arthroscopic knee surgery on Monday, and according to Seahawks' coach Pete Carroll, the 29-year-old Pro Bowler is expected to miss "a couple of weeks." "They talked about a couple of weeks." – said Carroll when asked when Wright could come back....

Sounders’ Forward Clint Dempsey Retires from Professional Soccer

Seattle Sounders and USMNT forward Clint Dempsey is walking away from professional soccer after 15 years. Dempsey, who also played for Tottenham and Fulham in English Premier League, announced his decision on Wednesday and confirmed it is effective immediately. This means he won't play out the rest of 2018 MLS season with the Sounders. https://twitter.com/SoundersFC/status/1034832338390142976 "After a lot of thought, my...

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